#ElewanaCollection’s latest news


(Posted 24th February 2023)


The Elewana Collection Newsletter



Hein Prinsloo, Group COO (Hospitality), will be at the ITB Berlin Trade Show next month from 7th – 9th March and would love to meet you and update you on all that is new from Elewana


Get intouch with us here to schedule an appointment.



Private vehicle and guide available at no extra cost for bookings of four nights plus

Enjoy exclusivity in the bush and savings of at least US $2,000 with low season offer.

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30% off net contact rates at Kilindi Zanzibar

With discounted rates for April, November and December 2023, what better excuse do travellers need to seek out some winter sunshine.

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Due to popular demand Kilindi will stay open for the month of April

With northern hemisphere countries still warming up why not book a relaxing tropical coastal break.

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Serengeti Migration Camp closed from 1st March to 15th May 2023

As the migration heads towards Elewana Pioneer Camp, the property closes for a light refurbishment.

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Kilindi Zanzibar, a beach front jewel on the Spice Island

Cited by Conde Nast Traveller as one of ‘the’ places to stay in Zanzibar, the boutique property offers stylish villas in the most idyllic coastal setting.

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The Land & Life Foundation donates 1485 pencil cases and clipboards to students in the Amboseli, Mara, and Meru regions of Kenya

One of the organization’s goals is to support educational programs and ensure that students have the supplies they need to excel in their studies.

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Lewa is now accepting applications for the young conservationist leadership programme

The two-week cross-cultural, experiential learning programme brings international and Kenyan young adults together on the front lines of wildlife conservation in Africa.

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Numbers grow for the critically endangered pancake tortoise species in Lewa Conservancy

Only seven pancake tortoises were left in 2019 and in four years, the number has steadily increased to 152.

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Alfred Izauri Lagweny, at Elephant Pepper Camp, shares why he enjoys his work as a guide and what makes the camp a favourite amongst guests

Having grown up in the famous wildlife conservancy of Olpejeta Conservancy, near Lewa, Alfred has had a passion for learning about wildlife since he was a young boy.

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